What Does a Mouse Eat?


Mice eat on a variety of things which include grains, seeds, fruits, crops, cheese, chocolate and any other available food source. They are also known to feed on each other especially on the young ones that are still growing up.
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Mice eat many things, including seeds, fruits and grains
A mouse eats rice, oats, barley, millet seed, molasses, broccoli, leafy green and celery. It also eats garden peas, apples, mealworms, pasta, spaghetti, cereal, dry bread and meat. A mouse is classified as an omnivorous animal, and can eat almost anything it can find.
There are several carnivores and omnivores that eat mice and they include: house cats, bobcats, lynx, coyotes, vipers, cobras and other birds of prey. Generally, there are a lot of natural predators of mice and that is why they reproduce rapidly to keep up their numbers.
Mice are omnivores, meaning that they can eat both plant and meat matter. They will eat just about anything they find, and they have even been known to eat other mice. You can find more information here: http://library.thinkquest.org/4272/asfood.htm
I hate seeing mouses. However, mouses will usually flock to a house if they know that food is available. They like cheese, insects, and other food crumbs they may find.
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